Quarantine rules changed in Adelaide, locals argued

Quarantine rules have been entirely changed in Adelaide, the local people are not happy and satisfied with this decision and showed sorrow. The arrangements made by the state health officials fear a possible emergence of Omicron cases.

The new rules imposed by the government has said that all close contacts of the new Covid-19 variant will have to be in quarantine for two weeks irrespective of their vaccination status. A local resident has said that ‘I really think it’s overkill, only a few days left for Christmas and it will surely destroy Christmas eve for numerous people. Again another local said that we are highly encouraged by the government to get vaccinated and we are again being treated as unvaccinated.

Moreover, only a few Australians are allowed to stay in quarantine for seven days as they are vaccinated.

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